Foreign Minister receives a formal invitation to visit India

2016/8/22 11:37

[Where - Baghdad]

Received Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, an official invitation to visit India.

A statement by his press office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of the "Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met with Indian Minister of State for Foreign Affairs MG larger, and his accompanying delegation, and discussed with him bilateral relations between Baghdad and New Delhi, and ways of developing them, opening prospects of joint cooperation in various fields to serve the interests of the two friendly peoples. "

The Jaafari: that the world today is facing a war is not a conventional represented a war of terrorism; because it targets every aspect of life, including: markets, schools, hospitals, temples, mosques, churches, and affects innocent children, women and the elderly, stressing: that Iraq represents the first line to counter terrorist Daesh gangs, passing exceptional circumstances is the security challenge, the economic challenge, and lower oil prices, the cost of war; which requires a pause world countries friendly to him; beyond the current crisis, saying: that Iraq is looking to build deep relations of cooperation with India in various areas, especially to increase the volume of trade, open investment horizons, and the twinning of the Iraqi and Indian universities, and to facilitate the granting of academic seats for Iraqis wishing to study in Indian universities, and activating the memorandum of understanding between the two studies centers, expressing the thanks of Iraq to the positions of India in support of Iraq in international forums, and support them in the war against terrorism, praising the response of the Indian side to the request of Iraq, and to facilitate the granting of visas, "Visa" Iraqis who have gained access in the course of 48 hours for patients, and students who are receiving it during the week of action calling for more facilities.

For his part, the face of Indian Minister of State for Foreign Affairs MG largest according to the statement an official invitation to Jaafari to visit India in the coming period in the context of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries, saying: We are your partners in the war, and underline India's support for Iraq as a strategically partner in the face of the common enemy of both countries represented gangs Daesh terrorist, praising the great triumphs of the Iraqis achieved in the war against terrorism, and they are looking for more security and intelligence coordination to prevent the spread of terrorists, noting: that Iraq will end the reign of terror, and begin the era of construction, reconstruction, and development, stressing the need to elevate the Iraqi-Indian relations a long-term strategic partnership in the coming period, and to embrace the New Delhi meetings of the joint Iraqi-Indian Commission; to activate many of the memoranda of understanding, stressing that Indian companies seeking to operate in Iraq, especially in the field of oil and energy. "

He noted that "al-Jaafari, al-Jaafari received a letter from Indian Prime Minister directed to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi."